For health professionals

Fremantle Hospital doctorFremantle Hospital works closely with a range of health professionals including general practitioners, allied health practitioners, nurses and medical professionals to provide excellence in service delivery and care for patients.

Outpatient services and elective surgery during COVID- 19

Information for referrers

Read information for referrers of outpatients (external PDF 170KB).

Read information for referrers of elective surgery patients (PDF 170KB).

Education and training for SMHS health professionals

The online Capabiliti Learning Management System (LMS) enables SMHS health professionals to:

  • acess personalised mandatory training history and requirements
  • view upcoming courses
  • register course applications. 

The LMS is only available to SMHS staff. Access the LMS (external link).

eConsent mobile app

eConsent is an app for mobile devices to allow doctors to securely document patient consent digitally.

eConsent is available for Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group (FSFHG) patients.

Scan the appropriate QR code to download eConsent from an app store.

Download on the App Store
Download on Google Play
QR code to download the eConsent app from the App Store
QR code to download the eConsent app from Google Play

GP Liaison

Dr Monica Lacey is Fremantle Hospital’s GP Liaison who can be contacted for non-clinical enquiries and concerns.

The GP Liaison role is focused on promoting clear and relevant communication between the hospital and primary care providers, particularly in the areas of patient referral and discharge. The position also enables the representation of the general practice point of view during the development of hospital and health service policies and processes which affect shared patient care.

Contact: Monica.Lacey@health.wa.gov.au

Primary, community and acute healthcare referral and management pathways

HealthPathways WA (external site) is a web-based portal with information on referral and management pathways helping clinicians to access appropriate services in the primary, community and acute health care settings in WA for patients.